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May 2021

    Why a biostimulant might help mitigate future slower grass growth this summer

    May 18, 2021

    Grassland managers and livestock farmers facing grazing deficits following a cold and dry spring could consider using an amino acid-based biostimulant to help increase grass growth. While average grass growth rates climbed by 6.4kg dry matter/ha/day to 40.6kg DM/ha/day by… Read more

    Kinross iFarm Update – May 2021

    May 17, 2021

    Agronomist and iFarm coordinator Iain Anderson with a look at the OSR and Cereal plots on the new Kinross iFarm May 6th 2021 Cereals  OSR 

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    It’s all in the blend

    May 17, 2021

    Stones or Beatles? Oasis or Blur? Cereals or Groundswell? It’s a lazy way to categorise farmers but I’m not the first person to compare and contrast the diversity of ideas showcased at the two leading events for arable farming. An… Read more

    Future Agronomy Focus

    May 10, 2021

    Agrii agronomist and 2020 Arable Advisor of the Year, Mark Dewes, is Direct Driller magazine’s April Agronomist in Focus. In his article, he explores what future agronomy might look like against the backdrop of increased emphasis on sustainability and integrated… Read more

    Agrii Soil Resilience Strategy Update

    May 7, 2021

    Agrii’s Tom Kirby gives a snapshot into Agrii’s new soil health auditing service. More information in Green Horizons Insight Report 1: Improving Soil Resilience.

    Growing maize more sustainably

    May 7, 2021

    Agrii’s Ben Lowe talks about techniques for growing maize more sustainably in last week’s @FGInsight. Read the article here (p28)

    Soil Resilience Strategy Update

    May 7, 2021

    Agrii Agronomist Tom Kirby provides a snapshot into the thinking behind Agrii’s new soil health auditing service. More information in Green Horizons Insight Report 1: Improving Soil Resilience.

    Don’t forget to apply for the Agrii Innovation Award!

    May 7, 2021

    Are you an Agrii customer or member of staff with an idea you’d like to explore further? We’re excited to announce the launch of the first Agrii Innovation Award as part of the Green Horizons Initiative. You can find out… Read more

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